Use your iPhone on any network in the world with the UnlockMySIM Sticker

Occasionally, and for a number of different reasons, an iPhone locked to one particular network cannot be used with multiple carriers. Perhaps you have already tried and your search for a way to switch from your current operator is what led you here. If so, the good news is your search is now over. doctorSIM’s UnlockMySIM


Sign up to doctorSIM’s loyalty program for exclusive discounts and much more

If you are unlocking, checking or topping up your cell phone without an account at doctorSIM, you are missing out on all of our incredible deals. Why pay more when you can pay less? Make sure you are getting the very best prices on the market by accumulating credits with My doctorSIM Account and putting them towards


We are celebrating our 10-year anniversary with incredible deals!

To celebrate our 10th anniversary, and to say a big thank you to all our customers across the world, starting today, and for the next 10 days, we have slashed our prices up to 45% on all phone check and unlocking services. You no longer have an excuse to remain tied to one network and


Unlock your phone with our guaranteed minimum price initiative

At doctorSIM, we pride ourselves on always having the latest services to permanently unlock your phone legally and in the fastest time possible. Not an easy task taking into account the sheer number of phones in circulation and that number growing with the launch of new models almost on a weekly basis. But where we


Updating your phone after unlocking: no problem

One of the most common questions we receive is if it is possible to update your phone after permanently unlocking it. The answer is a resounding yes! You can update your phone’s software as often as you like, whether it is an iPhone or any other make. Your phone will remain unlocked no matter how


Can I unlock my phone under a fixed-term contract?

Permanently unlocking your phone under a fixed-term contract is possible. You have nothing to be afraid of. Unlocking your phone has nothing to do with the fixed-term contract you signed with your network provider. Having a fixed-term contract means paying a set monthly fee for a specific period of time, usually one or two years.